Item 4262. SIPURIM.


Jerusalem : Devir. 1921. Item #24444

(FT) 12mo. 108 pages. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S) : Fiction. CONTENTS: Ashkenazim--Nitpardah ha-havilah--`Erev Yom Hakipurim--Holo ha-perati shel ha-"Doktor" ha-tsa`ir-- Be-bet ha-kevarot--Flotenforlageh. Saul Tchernichowsky (1875-1943) , was born in Russia, and educated there as well as in Germany and Switzerland. Aside from rendering translations from English, German, French, Greek, and Latin, he was a Hebrew-language poet in his own right. He began publishing in 1892, and his first book, Hezyonot u-Manginot, or Visions and Melodies, came out in 1898. Aside from being a poet and translator, Tchernichowsky was a physician and a dedicated Zionist, visiting Palestine in 1925 and then settling there six years later. (Schweid, EJ). Parts of covers faded, spine slightly chipped, half-title detached, pages tanned, good condition. (HebLit-6-17).

Price: $100.00

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